Sergio Ramos

Paris Saint-Germain center-back Sergio Ramos believes he still has several more years left at the top level. 

Ramos left Real Madrid last summer and signed for PSG where a series of injuries have prevented him from contributing too much for the Ligue 1 giants.

Speaking to Prime Video, the Spaniard laid out his future plans.

“I see myself playing four or five years more at a high level and then doing something different. At PSG I have two more years, I will try to make that three. As long as my body holds up, I think my mind is very focused,” he said.

Ramos was also asked whether he preferred playing club football or international football.

“It’s a difficult question to answer. The feeling you have for your homeland is always a big thing. You feel you owe something to your [club] team, you have to play well to then be able to play for the national team.”

“Both are special feelings, but I can’t pick one over the other, although with the national team you can aspire to be world champion.”

The former Real Madrid captain is yet to make an appearance in the Champions League and has been involved just six times in Ligue 1 so far.

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